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of the tumor to allow us to target new treatments in a biologic fashion targeting them specifically for the type of breast cancer someone has. >> they evened, i think in the study, work -- correct me if i'm wrong, that some of the cancers might be similar to something look's lung cancer or other kinds of cancers. what they may give you for lung cancer, they can give you for breast cancer? >> sure. what they were tacking about is one of the four types that they looked sat called triple negative cancer which, is not sensitive to hormones or estrogen, progesterone or another marker called her2mill. and they tend to be aggressive. what they're finding, what they found in the study is that behave not like the typical breast cancer but like ovarian cancer and that may lead towards looking at treatments that we typically use for ovarian cancer that might be useful to this specific type of breast cancer and that is targeting the individual and targeting the treatment towards the type of breast cancer they have and not just saying breast cancer. >> you said it may and that is the magic word
we talk about the spirit of giving back and loving what you do, it is the spirit that drives us saying we believe in life and we believe in each other and we want our community to be stronger. >> what is life without spirit and inspiration. it is so important. you brought so much and i absolutely thank you for that. and janice i know you are up to cool stuff, too. >> yes. i am executive producing work in the silicon valley, so, i am very excited about that. and veteran radio veteran nick parker is the mc. it will be wonderful to work with hick. >> that is wonderful. we can soak up all that energy and light. i want everyone to get there, so, please get your tickets if you want to attend tonight's in the spirit awards at 6:30, tonight, sunday, at the scottish wright center in oakland. thank you for all you do. you stay right there because we have so much more inspiration for you. -i'll never forget that moment. woman: as long as i live. man: i realized, at that moment, when we first saw the damage, these people really needed us and i was going to make a difference, right her
the federal government recognize the marriages. both of those issues are going be very likely before the u.s. supreme court in this coming term. >> all right. president obama came out in may saying that he supportd this. >> yeah. >> and late in the game but there. all right. people are happy he did it at some point. >> yeah. >> the question is, do you think it's going to impact the election in november, which is around the corner? >> i wouldn't bet money lost that obama was going to make a statement before the election. i thought he wouldn't do it. i thought he would feel it was too much of a political risk. this is another important about our movements. we're having unlikely and likely allies, allies like president obama take risks for our community. that is a really important step in a social justice movement. >> because? >> it shows we're worth risking for. he knows that it's the right side of history to be in support of gay couples being fully recognized as equal. >> uh-huh. >> i think it's helped obama. given people struggling with the issue but wanted to feel like they were doing the r
, california will also vote on 11 state propositions. here to caulk us through this are two bay area political analysts that know the political arena and continue to inform us on print and in the air. we have belva davis and san francisco chronicle political reporter, paula maranoochi, welcome back. >> thank you for having us. >> i know you mow 2 political beat. >> my chain has been less than a bit, but i have had a little exposure to the real world of it. >> on the conventions, campaign trail and new hampshire together, it is an exciting election year. this one i think will come down to the wire. >> you think it will be really, really close. >> yes. >> i think a lot of people are predicting the same thing. >> maybe not in california, but when you talk about the swing states, it will be nerve racking. >> ohio seem to be that way. >> oh, yes. >> i want to ask awe few things about the presidential race in general and then we will get to the propositions. first of all in the debate and ever since, everybody is talking about reaching across the aisle. congress? grid locke. everybody agrees o
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